Editorial: The Rectification of Names
Welcome to the new issue of the Canadian Journal of Studies in Discourse and Writing/ Rédactologie. This issue marks several beginnings for the journal: there is a new editorial team; the journal’s archives will soon be fully available online; and the journal has moved to an “issue-in-progress” model fitting the open access, online trend of academic publishing.
Due to these shifts, we thought it appropriate to introduce this new issue of the journal, which includes a special section on the future of writing centers in Canada guest-edited by Roger Graves, with a version of Confucius’ “rectification of names”. What do we mean by each of the words or phrases in the journal’s title? How do they express the character of this publication and what we hope it will do in the future?
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